At 1:28 in this clip of the Conan show, Conan O'Brien says something I can't understand. I believe listening comprehension is a crucial part of learning the English language, but I'm just not picking up what's said there.

What does Conan O'Brien say at that time?

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's asking for a general transcription, rather than an explanation of something about an attempted transcription, specific ways to transcribe better, or anything else that other learners can search for. – Nathan Tuggy Jun 17 '18 at 20:19
  • @NathanTuggy While I'm split on if such questions should be off-topic (mostly because it's unclear to me that it will be helpful to future visitors, particularly because it requires an off-site resource to be complete), the on-topic page says that a question which is about any "other practical problems you encounter or face while learning English" is on-topic and neither that page, nor the don't ask page exclude questions such as this one. Thus, IMO, it's currently on-topic. – Makyen Jun 17 '18 at 20:53

At that time Conan O'Brien says:

Little shout-out to Justin: How's Satan? … Yeah. That's great.

A "shout-out" is normally a "a message of congratulation, support, or appreciation." Conan's statement is humorous because it is a backhanded way of implying that Justin knows Satan well enough to be able to say how Satan is doing (i.e. that Justin is in league with, or has a deal with, Satan).


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